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What percentage of US students study abroad?
Thirty-two percent of students studied abroad for a full semester, down from 5 percent from 2005/06, and less than 3 percent of students studied abroad for an academic or calendar year.
How many Chinese students go abroad for study every year?
The number of Chinese students going abroad for study keeps increasing. In 2019, around 703,500 Chinese students left China to pursue overseas studies. The number increased by 6.25 percent compared to the previous year and makes China the largest country of origin for international students in the world.
How has the diversity of students studying abroad changed?
Over the past ten years, the diversity of students studying abroad has increased. While the majority of study abroad students in 2014/15 were white (71.6 percent), the proportion who identified as racial and ethnic minorities has increased from 17 percent in 2005/2006 to 28.4 percent in 2015/16.
Where do students choose to study abroad?
There was a decline in the number going to Latin America and the Caribbean (down 3 percent) and elsewhere in North America (down by 4.5 percent). The five most popular countries students chose for study abroad were all in Europe: the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, France and Germany.